Andrew Taylor

Crime and Historical Novelist

Events



2018

23 March: I shall be giving a public talk on ‘Writing a Historical Novel’ for the Forest of Dean Local History Society: 19:30 – 21:00 at Coleford Baptist Hall, Newland Street, Coleford, GL16 8AN. Details here.

4 April: I shall be talking about The Fire Court at Waterstones in Staines.

5 April: UK publication of The Fire Court (HarperCollins)

10 April: I shall be talking about The Fire Court at Waterstones in Bath.

11 April: I shall be talking to Mick Herron about The Fire Court at Waterstones in Oxford.

12 April: I shall be talking about The Fire Court at Waterstones in Cheltenham

17 April: Forest of Dean Launch of The Fire Court at the Main Place, Coleford

24 April: I shall be talking about The Fire Court at Rossiter’s Bookshop, Monmouth, 7 p.m.
Details here.

26 April: I shall be in Cirencester to give an evening lecture about the Great Fire of London and The Fire Court at the Corinium Museum, 7-8.30 p.m.
Further details here.

8 May: I shall be talking about The Fire Court at Waterstones in Newcastle (to be confirmed).

9 May: I shall be talking about The Fire Court at Waterstones in York.

17-20 May:
CrimeFest, Bristol. Details of events to be announced.

21-26 May: I shall be teaching an Arvon Crime Fiction course at Totleigh Barton, Devon, with Louise Welsh. Mark Billingham will be the guest reader.
Details here.

8-10 June: I shall be talking at the Gladstone Library’s 2018 Alibis in the Archive weekend.
Details here.

19-22 July: I shall be appearing at this year’s
Theakston Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival, Harrogate. Full details to come.

17-19 August: I shall be chairing the St Hilda’s Crime and Mystery Weekend, Oxford. This year’s theme is Politics and Crime.
Details here, including a downloadable draft programme of the weekend’s talks.

27 August-1 September: I shall be teaching the Historical Fiction course Moniack Mhor with S.G.MacLean.
Details here.

31 October: I shall be talking about ghost stories with Phil Rickman at Mitcheldean Library, Gloucestershire. Details to be confirmed.